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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 10, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas A new creation will permit the fans next year to choose the rival teams. That the american league prexy should come to that conclusion is significant. His team won the All Star game at Cleveland 4 to i and he beyond anyone else should but Content with the arrangement that pre Vallde i there. Tile two managers. Mickey i Cochrane of the tigers and 1 Frankie Frisch of the cardinals picked the teams without consulting the fans. Where was Greenberg the game did no to present Hank Greenberg of the Detroit tigers currently the american league Home run King nor did it. Enter into the Box score the name of Tommy Bridges generally regarded today As the Ace of the Junior circuit slippers even though lie was named tor the team. The All Star game is a unique presentation. Originated in Chicago As a world fair spectacle it never was meant to be a test of the relative strength of the two major leagues. The world ser 1 a. Provides that this game a intended to be the fans game. His Chance to see in action the players he Mas lifted into favor and regards momentarily anyway i tile Best in the game the game in Cleveland even Iii did re establish tile playing strength of the american league 1 totally disregarded this idea. Fans get Hun around National league managers r. Lutes it Nens guard 3. Earned runs famous 9. Be Quot a pharmacy i. To a c a a r a a Baum three hit a bal e ionic Ord. Gander Oti. Double t Lutes to a pie i in urn to i Banders in. Base on balls off Holland 4 Oil Hartwick 3 off Godwin i strikeouts Holland 2. Hartwick i Godwin i hits off Hart la with 12 runs 9 earned in 3 2-3 innings off Godwin 3. With 2 j runs Moue earned in 2 1-3 innings. Losing Pitcher Hartwick errors Delong. Dulaney 2. Foster 2, d Burns 2, Phillips 2, Applebaum umpires Browning. Taylor and Blackart time i hour. Second game Hughes a re to a Eubanks la. 2 0 0 3 0 l Smet Herman is .3 0 0 0 0 Hue 2b3 0 0 5 2 whittle p .3 of i i j Smotherman of 3 i i 0 0 Bunch. 3b3 0 0 4 2 Maxwell or. 2 i 0 2 0 Young of. 3 i 0 0 0 Reed c2 i i i i Widner of. 2 i 0 i 0 totals. 26 5 2 17x 6 x Hunt called out. Robinson a r of pm a Tipton la. 3 0 0 0 0 Crowe St. 4 i 2 0 i Callaway r4 i i la 0 Potter of. 3 2 i 2 0 Warrington 3b3 0 0 4 o Hunt of. 3 0 i 0 0 Roush of 3 i 1 0 0 Webb 2b3 2 2 2 0 Brogden of. 3 i 2 i Orimer p3 0 2 i 0 thought so Little of the game and the fans viewpoint that they pitched dizzy Dean Paul Derringer and Carl Hubbell on the Day preceding the All Star game and thus made them unavailable for service in the game the fans Are i most anxious to witness. The National league author lies have been most flagrant in i their a Public be damned a policy in his anxiety to win the Paine. Ford prick National league Boss decided upon the manager selected team and at a conference talked Harridge into it the result is a flood of criticism and it Jins changed viewpoint. He Snow in favor of the fan picked team flick Hasni to committed Bunnell but he Toto after the third straight National league defeat must see the logic of the Ai ailment. He can to do worse and might do better president hat ridges idea Harridge proposes to increase the player squad from 20 to 23 Heel have the fans throng h j a nation wide ballot pick 13 of the players for each team re Civ lug for the manager the Lien to pick in the Case of error Fivi additional performers. It is a grand idea and if it Isnit adopted Wall again indict the magnates tor stupidity. It would guarantee that players like by Blanton of la pirates. Hank Lei Ber of tile giants and Johnny i Whitehead of the White sox pop it lamp a d-3 /f5\ a the latest and s greatest of the a it it i j famous Merriam _ _ by websters backed w1 -1 i by a Century of a a a leadership and it 1 j representing theg highest modern m scholarship. Just a completed at a i. A a Cost of 11,300. 100. I Wenty years newer than any comparable dictionary. Websters new International dictionary second edition owners reluctantly accept decision of patrons on big tilt by Harry Grayson new York Well. The party in Cleveland is Over. And the major league magnates Are holding their Heads they Veall been hit Over the head by Public opinion and now Are ready to admit that the Chicago sports editor who came up with the All Star game had a swell idea this Chicago sports editor got by with it for two seasons others of his Craft appreciated his idea but i can to think of two major league owners who gave it a Tumble. Only a year ago there was talk in new York of forgetting All about the All Star game. The stupid owners wanted to toss a million dollars Worth of publicity out of the window particularly in tin Midsummer season when business was bad when the St Louis Browns were attracting 30 spectators who ought to come out regularly just to see Holly Henis Ley catch. In Justice to major league owners it costs $50,000 to close major league Parks for two Days. But tile annual All Star game will return to them tenfold whatever they put into it. And the proceeds go to a Good cause broken Down Ball players 70,000 can to be wrong apparently the slow thinking baseball magnates have Learned something from the last All Star game an engagement that thrilled nobody among a crowd of 70. 100 in the huge Cleveland stadium and satisfied even fewer people president wll Harridge of the american league has decided it would be All for my Best to give the game Back to the ians. 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